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Support for Landscape and Nursery IPM Reports

The Landscape and Nursery IPM weekly reports are supported by funds provided by: Maryland Arborist Association Frederick Area Landscape Contractors and Nurserymen Association Professional Grounds Management Society of D.C. Maryland Nursery and Landscape Association Landscape Contractors'...

Commercial Ornamental Horticulture Conferences (2014-15)

MARK YOUR CALENDARS... for late 2014 and early 2015. The programs will be listed on the main conferences page when more details are available later in 2014. 2014 Pest Management Conference December 11, 2014 Location: Carroll Community College, Westminster, MD Contact: Suzanne Klick, 301-596-9413...

Cut Flower Production: What Are Growers Growing?

Below is a small sampling of cut flowers highlighted on recent tours. Lisianthus ‘Mariachi Carmine’ is a cultivar that Dave Dowling, Farmhouse Flowers and Plants, grows that comes into bloom a little later than other lisianthus cultivars Orlaya grandiflora (white lace flower) was highlighted by Ron...

Cut Flower Tours: A Learning Experience

For over 20 years, University of Maryland Extension has been conducting tours of commercial cut flower operations to provide a vareity of enjoyable learning opportunities for individuals already in business and those thinking about getting started. These tours are a great chance for everyone to...

Commercial Cut Flower Production: Equipment Big and Small

Depending on their situation and resources, cut flower growers use a variety of 'store bought' and 'make-your-own' tools, equipment, and structures to produce their crops. Bill Harlan at Belvedere Farm in Harford County uses this board system to get the glass mason jars safely to market. At the...

Commercial Cut Flowers: Types of Operations

For over 20 years, University of Maryland Extension has been conducting tours of Maryland cut flower operations to highlight different production systems, labor options, marketing methods and a wide variety of locally grown flowers. Growers produce cut flowers on traditional family farms, in...

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